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Civil Defence & Home Guards Recruitment 2023 - Constable, Havilder & Platoon Commander Vacancy, Job Openings

Civil Defence & Home Guards is recruiting for Constable, Havilder & Platoon Commander Vacancies, Apply Now.

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Civil Defence & Home Guards released the latest job notification for the recruitment of Constable, Havilder & Platoon Commander vacancy. Interested candidates can apply before the last date. Check more details on the Civil Defence & Home Guards job vacancy 2023.

Civil Defence & Home Guards Recruitment Notification 2023

Civil Defence & Home Guards has recently sought a job notification for the recruitment of a Constable, Havilder & Platoon Commander Vacancy. Desirous candidates can check all the job details of no of posts, age limit, salary, qualification, etc prescribed below:

Civil Defence & Home Guards job Openings

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Requirement Details

Post Name

Constable, Havilder & Platoon Commander






Rs. 14000 – 60500 + GP 6800 (PB-2)

Last Date



18-40 years

Application Fees


Educational Qualification for Civil Defence & Home Guards Job Vacancy:

Post Name

Educational Qualification

Constable, Havilder & Platoon Commander

To apply for the post of Constable, Havilder & Platoon Commander at the Civil Defence & Home Guards, the candidate should have done Degree from any of the Universities incorporated by an Act of Central or State Legislature in India or other educational institutions established by an Act of Parliament or declared to be deemed as a University under Section 3 of the University Grants Commission Act, 1956 or possess such qualification as may be declared equivalent by the Government.

How to Apply for Civil Defence & Home Guards Job Openings:

The candidate that is interested and fulfills all the eligibility are required to apply online for these vacancy by visiting official SLPRB Recruitment Portal.

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About Civil Defence & Home Guards:


Civil Defence was firstly established in India on 24th October 1941. It was enacted by Parliament on May 1968 as Civil Defence Act 27 of 1968.The policy of the Government of India till the declaration of emergency in 1962 was confined to making the States and Union Territories conscious of the need of Civil Defence measures and to ask them to keep ready Civil Defence Paper Plans for major cities and towns. 2(two) events of major significance which gave fillip to Civil Defence in India, took place since independence. The first, which reallv marked the revival of Civil Defence in the Country, was the Chinese a aggression in November,1962, The other was the Indo-Pakistan conflict in September 1965, when, for the first time after Independence, the nation was subjected to enemy air attacks. This led to considerable rethinking about the policy and scope of Civil Defence and as a result the Civil Defence policy, as it exists today, was evolved. The country was subjected to further hostile attacks from Pakistan in December 1971 when the Civil Defence Organisation performed its duties commendably. Since then, as per policy, the revision and renewal of categorised towns is being done at regular intervals, the basic criteria of categorisation remains the threat perception.

Upto 1985, all Civil Defence Preparedness were restricted against threat of conventional weapons. During 1985, revision of list of categorised Civil Defence Towns, preparedness against nuclear threat to a very limited extend was considered by the Ministry. The zones/town so identified against nuclear threat have been categorised as Category I-A Civil Defence Towns. Civil Defence is to be organised as an integral part of the defence of the country. The scale is to be such as the nation can live with it on long term basis. It is to be appropriately augmented as and when the situation worsens.


During the World War - II ' Home Guards ' - a Voluntary citizen Organisation for local defence was raised in the United Kingdom. In India, in December, 1946, Home guards were raised in Bombay to assist the Police in controlling civil disturbances and communal riots, on the eve of Independence of the country. Subsequently, this concept of a voluntary citizens force as auxiliary to the Police for maintenance of law and Order and for meeting emergencies like floods, fires, famines, etc. was adopted by several other States, After Independence, the Government of Assam passed the Assam Home Guards Act, 1947.

The Home Guards Organisation was started in Goa in the year 1967, under the Goa Police Department. The Home Guards Organisation was established in a full-fledged manner in the year 1981 under I.G.P./ Ex-Officio Commandant General Home Guards and Director Defence.

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